A Mumbai court on Saturday granted bail to nine accused in the cruise ship drug case in which Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan is the prime accused..The order by the special court under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act came close on the heels of the Bombay High Court verdict which granted bail to three accused including, Aryan Khan on October 28, 2021.Prior to that, two other accused had secured bail from the special court.In light of these developments, out of the twenty arrested, fourteen persons have been granted bail in the case so far while six are still in jail..Following are 14 accused who have been granted bail:Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha - The three accused who were arrested on October 3, 2021 got bail from the High Court on October 28, 2021. Out of the three, Khan was released from Arthur Road Central Prison on Saturday morning. Merchant and Dhamecha have bee released from jail. Gomit Chopra, Nupur Satija and Ishmeet Singh - These three accused were charged for having been found with intermediate quantities of contraband. They were granted bail by the Special Court on Saturday and have been released from jail. A reasoned order is awaited. Gopal Anand, Samir Saigal, Manav Singhal and Bhaskar Arora - The purported organisers of the party were also granted bail by the Special Court on Saturday. They were charged with offence under Section 27A of the NDPS Act for allegedly harbouring the other accused on the ship.Aachit Kumar - The co-accused named by Khan and Merchant charged for having allegedly supplied drugs to them was granted bail by the Special Court and was released from jail.Shreyas Nair - Charged for having supplied drugs, Nair was granted bail by the Special Court on Saturday.Manish Rajgariya and Avin Sahu - Rajgariya was accused of having been found with small quantity of drugs and Sahu was a consumer. Both were the first to be granted bail in the case. Both of them have been released from prison. .The following persons have still not argued for their respective bail.Mohak Jaswal and Vikrant Chhoker - The first to be charged of Section 27A for offence of trafficking, the counsel appearing for both are yet to argue the respective bail applications. Abdul Kadir and Shivraj Ramdas Harijan - Both alleged to be suppliers and supposedly found with commercial quantity of contraband, they have not applied for bail.Chinedu Igwe and Okaro Uzeoma - The two foreign nationals in the case, they were also intercepted with commercial quantity of contraband. They have also not applied for bail.